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, JUNE 18, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Literature, Science, and the Arts in education and research, he has gene-
the class of 1905, engaged continu- rously shared his treasures with
ously since then in the United States scholars competent to seek and set
Forest service, and since 1915 in forth the truth of our national origins.
charge of the Branch of Research. Continuing the tradition of great col-
Under his leadership as a -skilled in- lectors, he has enriched the intellec-
vestigator and administrator, work tual life of the nation by his own zeal
in widely diversified fields has been and learning, and has placed posteri-
coordinated, regional experiment sta- ty forever in his debt.
tions established, and research in the "Andrew Keogh, Stirling Professor
fundamental problems of forestry de- of Bibliography and Librarian of Yale
veloper into a major activity of the university. Administering a respon-
servies. With a clear vision of the im- sible office with marked efficiency, he
portance of forestry in the economic has given devoted service not only to
life of the nation, and the character his own community but to the fellow-
and ability to transmute dream and ship of scholars here and beyond the
vision into reality, he has achieved seas. Largely through his untiring
memorable distinction in promoting effort the "Memoirs of the Connecti-
the public good. cut Academy" have taken a leading
"Doctor of Music: Ossip Gabrilo- place among the learned publications
witsch, conductor of the Detroit Sym- of America. Interested primarily in
phony orchestra since 1918, an in- scholarship and the promotion of re-
spired maker of music, under whose search he has shown- in many ways
magic wand sorrow finds solace,- joy his capacity for organization, notably
is illumined with radiant beauty, hope in connection with the new Stirling
and aspiration crowned with abiding Memorial library now taking form
assurance. Unswerving in loyalty to through his plans. In founding the
his art, and brilliantly distinguished Elizabethan club, he gave impulse and
in his career, he has contributed direction to the youth of his college,
greatly to ennoble life and inform it kindled in them his own enthusiasm
with spiritual meaning. for what is fine and noble, opened
the gates of adventure, and fared
"Doctor of Letters William Smith forth with them joyously on the un-
Mason, a graduate of -Yale university ending quest.
n the class of 1888, a member of the
Committee of Management of the "octor of Laws: Silas .Hardy
William L. Clements library, who has Strawn, senior member of the firm of
pombined successfully and with rare Winston, Strawn and Shaw, president
felicity thel exactions of business with of the American Bar association.
the pursuit, acquisition, and exhaus- Chosen by the government as its
tive knowledge of books and pamph- representative on important missions
lets relating to the American Revolu-toinersta dig pad tosregte
tion and the early diplomatic history'misunderstanding and to strengthen
the bonds of international good-will.
of the United States. Possessor fo an ___________________
unrivalled collection of source ma- __
erial dealing with the life and times: L A NE;
pf Benjamin Franklin, promoter ofAH A L
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As chairman of the Section on Legal
Education of-the Bar assocation and
in the high office he now holds, he
has striven with effective zeal to ad-
vance the standards of his calling.
Wise in counsel, loyal in the service
of every worthy cause, and constant
in his devotion to good government
and the promotion of a vigorous, in-
telligent democracy, he has converted
success into opportunity for the bet-
terment of life.
"Chester Harvey Rowell, a graduate
of the College of Literature; Science
and the Arts in the class which now
celebrates its fortieth Commence-
ment anniversary. For many years
Regent of the University of California
and Lecturer in Political Science at
Stanford, he has labored consistently
for the public welfare and stamped
his constructive thought upon his
commonwealth. Under his control as
editor and publisher the Fresno
"Republican" attained a commanding
place in American journalism by the

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